To finish this specific rectangle, row 7 is the last diagonal row and only 1 more square in the decreasing direction. So, you will start with 3 slip stitches again, and crochet a chain of 3 and 3 dc’s in the chain space, and slip stitch to the next box stitch. Fasten off and weave in your ends as you finished your rectangle swatch. Now, you will start your first decrease on one side, which in the picture is the top edge. But you will still increase on the bottom edge.
In fact, it makes it easier if you want to extend your rectangles in one direction. You need a different motif between the end motifs. So for all middle motifs, you will do one design. For the ends, you will apply the other motifs to both ends to form the center of your blanket. If you have enjoyed this C2C crochet stitch tutorial, be sure to share the link with your crafty friends on social media using the buttons above or below this stitch tutorial.
You will increase on both sides through row 10 and after row 10 will increase on one side only through row 15. This is the same as the portrait shaped rectangle. However, the decreases are on the opposite sides of the graph from the “portrait” style. As an example of this, my striped bolster pattern uses the corner to corner construction style with US single crochets.
Blogging is incredibly time consuming and has it’s own costs which need to be covered. Work in the traditional corner to corner pattern until one side of your work reaches the width of the shortest side you want your rectangle to be. After you enter your rectangle, you’ll see the dimension box pop up along the top edge. If you’d like to enter a precise dimension, start typing it into your keyboard, and then press the Enter key. This adds a precise dimension along the top edge.
Lets make the first middle one (not an edge section. Free Crochet & Knit Patterns, many with free tutorials. Set where you live, what language you speak and the currency you use. We take intellectual property concerns very seriously, but many of these problems can be resolved directly by the parties involved.
Pay extra attention to your last 2 stitches. You will see 2 dc side by side in a corner. You need to do that in order to have the c2c rectangle pattern same look on all 4 corners. To start Row 2, you have to slip stitch up the ch-3 chain. Read the diagram in a clock-wise motion.